Last week, Recovery.gov was honored at the annual GOVTek Awards ceremony with the award for Government Mobile App of the Year.
The other nominees:
- IRS2GO App (IRS)
- MeAnderthal App (Smithsonian)
- Most Wanted App (FBI)
- MyTSA App (Transportation Security Administration)
- White House App (White House)
Sponsored by the Government Technology Research Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the development and success of the government IT community, the annual GOVTek Awards celebrate “government and industry IT leaders whose vision, innovation and remarkable accomplishments…have improved the way government delivers services, interacts with citizens, shares information, and protects its national assets,” GTRA’s website says.
The 2012 awards, announced February 2, honored achievements in 2011.
The Recovery.gov Mobile App allows you to see on your iPhone how Recovery funds are being spent in the nation or in your city or state.
There are several places on Recovery.gov to find Recovery information and data for a specific state or county.
For data reported by recipients:
- Download Recovery.gov’s free iPhone or iPad app, which show Recovery projects in your neighborhood as well as at the state and county level and by congressional district.
- Visit the State/Territory Summarieschoose a state to see the total number of awards, the
- Go to the Awards Map and click on a state. You will find the total cumulative dollar amounts for the contract, grant, and loan awards, and the job totals for the quarter in the lower left hand corner.
- The Comparison Maps not only display information by states but also by counties.
- Choose the state and county on the State Data Summary Widget, hit GO and dots showing the awards will appear. You can embed the widget on your website and it will be updated when the data on Recovery.gov is updated.
For data reported by federal agencies:
- See the number of awards by state, in addition tothe total funds awarded and received
- Each agency submits a weekly report with details of their awards to each state.
What specific information about your state or county are you interested in?